Château Mouton
Rothschild
Vintage
Selection

Founded in 1853 by Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild, the winery extends today over 90 hectares to the North-West of Bordeaux, on the edge of the Médoc peninsula.

Since 1945 the label for each vintage has been illustrated with the reproduction of an original artwork specially created for Mouton by a contemporary artist. In 1973 Château Mouton Rothschild achieved the status of Premier Cru Classé.

In Mouton wines, typical for the Pauillac Appellation, it is Cabernet Sauvignon that always predominates, providing rich tannins, aroma and flavour as well as ageing capacity. Merlot then adds roundness and exceptional length. Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot conclude the typical Mouton blend.

Average age of the vines is around 44 years.

Château Mouton Rothschild 1er Grand Cru Classé Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot / Cabernet Franc Pauillac

Vintage 1981
Label Painting by Arman Fernandez
Robert Parker : 79 Wine Spectator : 91
$1,950
Vintage 1982
Label Painting by John Huston
Robert Parker : 100 Wine Spectator : 98
$5,900
Vintage 1983
Label Painting by Saul Steinberg
Robert Parker : 91 Wine Spectator : 94
$2,500
Vintage 1984
Label Painting by Yaacov Agam
Robert Parker : 80
$1980
Label Painting by Paul Delvaux
Robert Parker : 95 Wine Spectator : 89
$2,290
Label Painting by Bernard Séjourné
Robert Parker : 100 Wine Spectator : 99
$4,500
Label Painting by Hans Erni
Robert Parker : 89
$1,750
Label Painting by Keith Haring
Robert Parker : 89
$1,980
Vintage 1989
Label Painting by Georg Baselitz
Robert Parker : 90
$2150
Vintage 1990
Label Painting by Francis Bacon
Robert Parker : 84 Wine Spectator : 87
$1980
Vintage 1991
Label Painting by Setsuko
Robert Parker : 86 Wine Spectator : 89
$1860